Save Wildlife

The fashion industry has a third impact on animal life through its effect on biodiversity. The industry is associated with various negative practices such as land clearance for agriculture, agricultural and industrial pollution, as well as with climate change. This tends to affect and reduce biodiversity, which leads to a loss of animal habitats and species right across the globe.The use of animal products in fashion attracts much criticism, particularly regarding animal welfare and the ethics of using animals in the twenty-first century to meet basic human needs like clothing. Although many animal products used in garment-making are by-products from the livestock that is raised and slaughtered for meat production.Billions of animals provide source material for fashion, including leather, silk and fur. Industry practices can also adversely affect biodiversity, leading to a loss of animal habitats and species.

Many animal and plant species today are on the verge of extinction because of a variety of major factors that cause a species to become endangered. One of the biggest threats to endangered animals is human encroachment on their habitats. In addition to physical encroachment, human development of animals' habitats pollutes the natural landscape with petroleum products, pesticides, and other chemicals, which destroy food sources and viable shelters for the creatures and plants of that area Some species as a result die outright while others are pushed into areas where they cannot find food and shelter. The worst part is when one animal population suffers it affects many other species in its food web therefore more than one species' population is expected to decline. Every year thousands of seabirds, sea turtles, seals and other marine mammals are killed after ingesting plastic or getting tangled up in it. We understand the environmental concerns effecting the wildlife worldwide therefore our little involvement in this domain is utilizing plastic to manufacture two third of our entire production. Our effort is just a drop in the ocean but we will continue to execute what is going to be helpful to conserve our precious wildlife.